Night of the Hunted

Essay

A Touch of Skin

By Jack Seibert

The fugitive pleasures of Jean Rollin’s clinic-set symphony, Night of the Hunted.

Past Screening

Deux fois

Directed by Jackie Raynal

With a bonus video introduction made by Raynal

After working as an editor for Éric Rohmer and Jean Eustache, Raynal directed and starred in this wildly inventive experimental feature—one of the most notable films to have come from the Zanzibar movie collective.

Last available Feb 17 2021

Past Screening

Mélo

Directed by Alain Resnais

A hidden gem in Resnais’ celebrated body of work, his adaption of Henri Bernstein’s classic play about a doomed love triangle in 1920s Paris—featuring Pierre Arditi, André Dussollier, and Sabine Azéma—is as thrillingly intimate on film as it was on the stage.

Last available Jan 9 2021

Past Screening

Stavisky

Directed by Alain Resnais

Resnais’ biographical drama tells the making and unmaking of the title swindler (Jean-Paul Belmondo) who used turn-of-the-century France as his playground up to his mysterious death in 1934.

Last available Jan 6 2021

Past Screening

Manon

Directed by Henri-Georges Clouzot

Clouzot’s masterful portrait of two doomed young lovers (Cécile Aubry and Michel Auclair) transposes Prévost’s 1731 novel Manon Lescaut to a World War II setting, as the pair struggle to survive—resorting to profiteering, prostitution, and even murder.

Last available Dec 10 2020

Past Screening

Nan Goldin Selects:
The Blood of a Poet

Directed by Jean Cocteau

Goldin presents a new 4K restoration of the film debut of essential 20th-century artist/poet Cocteau, an early-sound masterpiece and benchmark of cinematic surrealism.

Last available Dec 1 2020

Past Screening

Six in Paris

Directed by Claude Chabrol, Jean Douchet, Jean-Luc Godard, Jean-Daniel Pollet, Éric Rohmer & Jean Rouch

A sextet of piquant tales set in the City of Light, each from a director either central, influential, or adjacent to the Nouvelle Vague, then in full swing.

Last available Dec 3 2020

Interview

Marie Rivière

By Yonca Talu

The actress who worked closely with Éric Rohmer, and made her own film in tribute to him, reminisces about the unforgettable roles he provided her with—specifically in The Aviator’s Wife, Le Rayon Vert, and Autumn Tale—and the joys of their collaboration.

Streaming

The Aviator’s Wife

Directed by Éric Rohmer

The first title in Rohmer’s “Comedies and Proverbs” film cycle is a fleecy farce of romantic overanalysis starring Philippe Marlaud and Marie Rivière.

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Available through Sep 29

Past Screening

Je t’aime Je t’aime

Directed by Alain Resnais

According to Raymond Durgnant, people weren’t ready in 1968 for this meditative time-travel film, which he says alongside “La Jetée and Solaris, is part of a holy trinity of meditations on the horrors of eternal life.”

Last available Aug 24 2020

Streaming

Four Adventures of Reinette and Mirabelle

Directed by Éric Rohmer

Shot quickly in and around Paris during a production break on Rohmer’s Le Rayon Vert, this breezy, witty film tracks the friendship between a savvy Parisian and a naïve painter from the countryside through four connected vignettes.

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Available through Sep 29

Streaming

Boyfriends and Girlfriends

Directed by Éric Rohmer

A new restoration of the final episode of Rohmer’s “Comedies and Proverbs” series, in which two young women are tempted by each other’s love interests.

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Available through Sep 29